Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: Department of Animal Wealth Development
University: Suez Canal University
Abeer Abdelwahab Ibrahim Hassanin is from Ismailia, Egypt. She is graduated on from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Suez Canal University. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Genetics and Genetic Engineering at the same university. She is aware of the problem of water pollution and what it poses to human health. She started working in this area from the genetical point of view since 13 years ago during her M.Sc, Ph.D. and thereafter, she worked on the genes (cytochrome P450), the products of which are involved in the metabolism of most lethal environmental contaminants like benzo (a) pyrene as well as some endogenous compounds that lead to carcinogenesis. She succeeded to clone three new genes from tilapia and achieving some important results in the expression of those genes. She was able to publish her work results in six International Journals and Conferences. Her long-term goal is to do research in this field and to learn how she can improve this problem in her country by comparing and contrasting with the practices adopted in the world.
Her current research focuses on genetics, veterinary medicine, genes (cytochrome P450), the products of which are involved in the metabolism of most lethal environmental contaminants like benzo (a) pyrene as well as some endogenous compounds that lead to carcinogenesis, pollution and environmental hazards.
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